Should I buy a full set of golf clubs? The Six Club Challenge

Should I buy a full set of golf clubs? The Six Club Challenge
In this video I look at how you can adapt your game to use a half set of clubs. I play with six clubs over six holes at Withington GC

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  1. Great video Pete but have to say if you are doing the freehand style think you need to invest in a gimbal as I found it quite hard to watch as some points

  2. Great video again Pete, middle of winter here in Australia, my local course is a short public golf course. I normally go around in a very weekend hack 47. The other weekend just to get a round of golf in I went around with a 7 iron and a putter, and finished with a 49. Made a few mistakes in shot selection and found a bunker on a short par 3. With a 58° wedge in that set I think I could have equalled my normal game. Funny game golf.😂⛳🏌

  3. Being a lefty – and wanting to play hickory tournament. I picked up a starter set: Driver, mid iron (2), mashie (5), mashie-niblick (9) and putter. When i played the 2nd year i added a much needed niblick (like a PW). Fun to dress in knickers – but lots of swing control issues…

  4. Think this is a great video which is so true it will really help to strengthen your game by having to limit the club's you have to make you think more about each shot. Great to hear what you are thinking and why you chose the shots you did. Thanks and keep up the great work.

  5. Just wanted to plant something in your brilliant ear…usa vs uk. You and rick collab with the golfholics for a video. Ryder cup style match play!

  6. That was fun Pete. Took me back to when I started many years ago. 2 wood, 3,5,7,9,S irons & putter. Slazenger Hawks, OMG, how small were they compared to todays clubs. It did make you learn how to hit half shorts and probably was a better way to learn golf.

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